Cherry & Apricot Fruit Gratin - Fruit gratins are a wonderful way to use up summer's delicate fruits. Rather than a heavy milk/cream batter that we think of for root [...]
Violet Creme Filled Crepes With Blueberry & Violet Sauce - I love eating flowers. Their bright colors and sweet yet bitter flavor add vibrancy to meals from simple salads to [...]
Hardy little buckwheat pancakes are a fantastic start to the day. Buckwheat, a gluten free grain, has a rich, nutty and slightly bitter flavor which [...]
Autumn harvest brings an abundance of hard winter squashes like pumpkins and Hubbards. Both of which are perfect for this warming autumn or winter breakfast. Consider serving with pan [...]
Chicken and dumplings are the epitome of comfort foods. Wonderful on a cold winter's day, this soup isn't too heavy and can be a delightful start to the new year when we've often over eaten during the season's festivities. If you want it a little heavier, add in some shredded chicken. Although you can use any flour for the dumplings, I'm partial to spelt (which is gluten free, if you need to avoid gluten) which behaves beautifully for this soup.
Rich, dense and a bit sweet, this recipe isn’t as thick and cloying as the eggnogs that you buy from the store. If you prefer a thicker drink, decrease the [...]
Roasting squashes and roots brings out their rich sweetness. This recipe is the epitome of simple autumn comfort. Use any squash you like for this recipe–Acorn, Hubbard, turban or pumpkin. [...]